Overall: 4.4 / 5 based on 26 reviews
23 of 26 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Saves time -
By: EmirFlyfish from Toronto Ontario Canada
I always practice catch and release and i am minimalist i don't like to much stuff to carry especially net for steelhead. This glove helps me to keep the fish steady for couple seconds so i can take hook out and let it goo. It is especially handy during winter days when is hard to land the fish close to bank and you are in the middle of river.
Usefull item -
Typical Orvis product, well thought out and well built.
great salmon holding glove -
By: MissJudith from Pennsylvania
An excellent glove to remove salmon by the tail from your net and to hold briefly without harming it to get a picture.
Great purchase -
Great service. Product met expectation with what was advertised.
to big -
By: keenan from Illinois
Yes the glove is to big I was surprised that the glove was so much larger, I have large hands. at least I thought so.[ surprise]
Easily accessible -
By: Bryz from California
Easily accessible and always at hand with the attached leash. Prevents the loss of that monster catch.
Great choice -
By: Kregger from Medford,OR
purchased this for my hubby, He is strickly a catch and relese guy. This is a great tool for such a thing. Ordered a 2nd glove for a friend.
Landing Glove Review -
By: Tknesek from Aurora, IL
Ok need to be honest I haven't used the Landing Glove yet, that being said. In March of 2013, a guide from Rivers Edge outfitters in SC, let me use his. Over a two day period I used the glove about 8 times to land and handle rainbows in the 22 to 28 inch size range. It made controling and releasing the fish alot (I mean alot) easier than attempting to use only my hands, and so says the guide it also reduces stress on the fish increasing survival rates. I loved it thats why I purchased one for myself.
maybe not a great design -
By: Javatrout from NY
i bought 3 gloves, one for myself and 2 for buddies I was going steelheading with. Unfortunately I did not have the opportunity to use mine, but they both used theirs and mentioned that when dealing with their fish, quickly getting each finger in the proper finger of the glove was cumbersome. A sack, bag or mitt with a thumb would be a better design.